The charter network is planning to open new schools in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx.
Success Academy has submitted a proposal to create charter schools in Districts 2 and 3.
Global Community Charter School wanted to expand by co-locating with a public school in District 6.
P.S. 377 started sharing its building with Achievement First North Brooklyn Prep this school year.
The charters include a school for boys and one that teaches kindergartners a new language.
The city paid hundreds of contract workers to clear classrooms for Eva Moskowitz's charter chain.
The Nelson Mandela School for Social Justice opens inside Boys and Girls High School in September.
Rooms critical to Wadleigh Secondary School for the Performing and Visual Arts remain unfinished.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña promised changes at a meeting uptown on Thursday.
Frederick Douglass Academy II currently shares space with Success Academy Harlem West on W. 114th St.
Parents at P.S. 811 say Mayor de Blasio was right not to allow Success Academy charter school expansion.
The new charter school will share a building with the public middle school on Adelphi Street.
Eagle Academy will share space with I.S. 49 in Stapleton despite community opposition.
Uptown's WHEELS will host parents Thursday night as it expands to include 100 kindergartners next year.
Boys and Girls principal Bernard Gassaway said he's against the co-location, despite its new name.
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